2. Family members and friends of victims chant slogans as they send off the funeral vehicles, UPSOUND (Kurdish) "Martyrs do not die"
3. Family members and friends of victims chant slogans as they send off the funeral vehicles, UPSOUND (Turkish) "Killer Erdogan"
4. Hearse leaving the morgue
5. Mourner being helped to their feet
6. Relatives and friends waiting in front of morgue
7. SOUNDBITE (Turkish) Mehmet Tutus, whose friend Erhan Avci died in the bombings:
"We were on the way to the site of the incident, about 10 metres away. I was on the right hand side. I had come with a friend called Erhan. As I was saying 'Erhan come over to the right side' an explosion happened. I didn’t know what had happened. Panicking, we escaped. After some time, I went back to the same place. What I saw was a massacre. I haven’t slept since yesterday. Our friend (Erhan Avci) died, but he is not among the injured or among the missing."
8. Man seated at protest
9. Various of mourners inside tent
10. Selahattin Demirtas, co-chair of pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party (HDP), visiting tents, UPSOUND: (Turkish) Selahattin Demirtas "Condolences."
11. Demirtas embracing woman
12. Various of crowd milling around outside
13. Sign (Turkish) "Justice Ministry, Forensic Medicine Institution, Ankara Headquarters"
Hundred of mourners gathered outside an Ankara morgue on Sunday in memory of the 95 peace protesters who died when two bombs went off during a demonstration the day before.
Earlier in the day, scuffles broke out in the Turkish capital as police used tear gas to prevent pro-Kurdish politicians and other mourners from laying carnations at the site of the two suspected suicide bombings.
Police held back the mourners, including the pro-Kurdish party's co-leaders Selahattin Demirtas and Figen Yuksekdag, insisting that investigators were still working at the site.
Demirtas is blaming the government for the deadly blasts in the Turkish capital Ankara, accusing it of failing to prevent the attack.
A group of about 70 mourners were eventually allowed to enter the cordoned off area outside the capital's main train station on Sunday to briefly pay their respects to the victims.